Exotic, tattooed looks, a supermodel girlfriend and an incredible voice: if anybody has nailed the trifecta for bad-boy pin-up status in 2016 it's former One Direction crooner Malik.
Cate Blanchett praises her Carol co-star as "profoundly self-contained." Rooney says for her, acting comes easily: "I've always been a very sensitive person," she told Elle in February. "My emotions kind of live all over my body at all times, and there's not a good way for me to hide it."
Her beauty icon is Keira Knightley ("I love her") and the Cinderella actress, 27, is from the same mould: she is a classic dark English rose with knife-edge bone structure, beyond-creamy skin and an innate elegance that mixes contemporary style with old-school class.
All amber glow and chocolate eyes, the Oscar winner, 27, is anything but a classic Swedish sculpture: "Here I go," she said. "Exploding stereotypes."
When Shaik started working in Melbourne as a teen, the 25-year-old saw little dark skin on Australian TV or magazine covers. "I get asked all the time about who inspired me growing up and I can't give one name," explained Shaik, whose heritage is Pakistani and Saudi Arabian. "I never saw anyone who related to me. Things are slowly starting to change."